Friday, 03 May 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of the week's top news stories.

1. KPMG fined £6m over ‘improper’ audit [via BBC News]

2. US-China trade talks to begin in Beijing [via BBC News]

3. Huawei: US official warns ‘no safe level’ of involvement with tech giant [via BBC News]

4. Trump UN human rights snub will buoy repressive regimes, top Democrat warns [via The Guardian]

5. Junior lawyers warn of super-exam ‘exploitation’ [via Law Gazette]

6. Slaughter & May chooses six start-ups for inaugural legal tech incubator [via Law Gazette]

7. ‘Virtual post trays’ in as BLM joins paperless drive [via Law Gazette]

8. Simmons looks to the City in increased partner round as Gowling doubles promotions to ten [via Legal Business]

9. Forsters edges growth forward to £57m as the City looks for good omens

10. Airbnb should be seen as a digital service provider, ECJ advised [via The Guardian]

11. Julian Assange jailed over bail breach [via BBC News] 

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